Feb 3, 2010

Chinese lantern plant in last Autumn.

 



  


11 comments:

amarilla said...

Your ceremony of earth beauty never ceases! Thank you.

HARE said...

amarilla,
Oh, thank you. I'm glad.^^

Taru said...

Unbelievably!
Like jewels those lanterns.

Christine said...

Those are just lovely! Soft lace with orange surprises inside.

HARE said...

Taru,
Yes, It's so sweet, isn't it?

HARE said...

Christine,
Nature is very interesting. ^^

Bull Rhino said...

What an AWESOME flower. The look like they are very small and delicate. I've never seen anything like it. Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing!

Scott at World’s Best Photography Blog

HARE said...

Bull Rhino,
This is fruit in vein. It's cute and very interesting.^^
I'm glad you visited.^^

Planthunter said...

very nice foto of the "Lampionblume",i like them...Grüne Grüße Sandra

tuuluska said...

I have had this plant in my garden also, Physalis alkekengi. I´m not sure if it is just the same. But you took really nice photos of it!! So fragile.

HARE said...

Sandra and tuuluska,
Some times I get some vein of this plant in my garden in Fall. I want show you something about lantern making for dolls house by the veins some day.^^

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